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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ATK)NM WIAlHlt MiVICI K*iCA*T I* /AM IST 4 - IO - 74 UMNZMK>U YOUK CHICAGO SAW r/t anc* «c LO* AKOtLCtt Ow ,^1 OALU08 we VV OK Cl AN* uiAm HOI WO SNOW Att now /4$HOWf HS im WI AtHl t KffOCMY # , The way he serves. The understanding he gives. The respect he shows. All these things about George Murdoch can be called by the same name: Human caring. And the name explains why the s i man deserves your trust. ofnei MARION ■ CENTER POINT CENTRAL CITY SPRINGVILLE WALKER    COGGON and in Cedar Rapids THE BEATTY BEURLE CHAPEL Obituaries 1933. He was clean of Baker uni- The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Tues.. April 9, 1974 Mrs. Fred Philipp Emily Philipp, 53, of Schaeffer drive SW, wife of I Fred Philipp, died Monday after a long illness. Born Feb. 8, 1921, in Oxford, she had been a resilient of Cedar Rapids since 1930. She was a member of St. Ludmila’s Catholic church, St. Mary’s circle, Altar and Rosary at the home of her daughter, 3019 Mrs. Verle Francik, 3511 Oakland road NE. Born Oct. 30,    1893. at Lockridge, she came to Cedar Rapids from Burlington in November. Mrs. Bogner was a member of Concordia Lutheran church at Burlington. Surviving in addition to Mrs. society and St. Joseph's lodge of rancik are two other daugh-the Catholic Workman.    tcrs>    Mrs.    R.    R.    Rueber,    Escon- Surviving in addition to her    Calif.,    and    Mrs.    Bennis husband, to    whom she was mar-    Miller. Ldgeton, Wis.; a    son, ried    May    25, 1939, in Cedar    Darrel. Cedar Rapids; ll grand- Rapids, are: nine daughters,    c    *    *(*    1    v    11    anf^    Dvo    great- Mrs.    Steve    Seehawer, Milwau-    grandchildren, kee,    Mrs.    Terry Schneekloth, Services and burial will    be in Mrs. Gerald Byrne, Mrs. Rhin-;^ur^n^on- Fumer chapel east ey Hugh, Mrs. William Brecht, was *n charge of local arrangers. John Roberts, Mrs. Rich-    men^s- ard Jellen, Ann Philipp and i versify in Baldwin, Kan., for nine years and later was professor of political science at Southeast Missouri State university until his retirement in 1961. He I was a veteran of World war I and a member of the VFW. i Surviving is his wife, Corinne. Pi i v a t e services: Tuinei tatccj bv jjie legislature.” chapel east at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. Robert L. Bouton of Christ Church Unit-led Presbyterian. Burial: Lin-jwood. Friends may call at I Turner east until IO am. Wednesday. The casket will not be open after the service. Snow will continue Tuesday night through the north Atlantic states. Rain will fall from the Pacific coast into the plateau states and the northern Rockies. The rest of the country will be mostly fair. —Daily Record— The Weather H ah temperatures Monday, low temperatures overnight and inches of precipitation : Anchorage Atlanta Bismarck Chicago Denver Duluth Honolulu Houston <12 31    L. Angeles 72 41 .04    Miami 57 22    Min'apolis 34 32    N. Orleans 69 39    New York 34 21    Phoenix 114 74    Seattle 72 52    Wash'gton 77 55 77 68 42 30 83 54 50 39 I 06 93 61 60 47 57 45 1.36 Weaver, Birmingham. Julie Heldt, Cedar Rapids, and Michael Schreckengast, San Antonio. Texas. Jacqueline Wien-eke and Steven Gaddoris, both of Hiawatha. Annulments Vera Mae and Vernon Leland Pederson. Marriages Dissolved Extended Forecast — Cooler Thursday through Saturday. with a chance of rain Thursday Gerald and Carolyn J. Ro and Friday. Highs, 60s Thursday to upper 40s and 50s by Saturday. 1/5WS in the 40s Thursday, cooling to upper 20s and mid 30s bv Saturday- C. R. Weather High Monday ............ Low overnight .......... Noon Tuesday 2 p.m. Precipitation ........... Total for April Normal for April Normal through April Total for 1974 Barometer, falling...... Humidity at noon Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 2 p m., SSW at IO iflph Sun rises Wednesday, 6:35; sun sets, 7:42. Year Ago Today — High, 31; low, 24; rainfall. I 43. Degree Days Mondav    31 Total to date    6.328 Through April 8. 1973    (>,383 senberger. Donald Lee and Cynthia Jo Wilson. Fires 1:18 p.m. Monday. Unknown to car interior at Forty-second street and Wenig road NE. 2:03 p.m. Monday. Unknown to rubbish at roar of 5716 Sixth 19 street SW. 2:09 p.m. Monday. Unknown to leaves rear of 830 Fourth 18 avenue SE. 5:32 p.m. Monday. Investi-it 822 Twelfth street Traffic signal violation Elaine Kohl, 2931 Southland I rcv drive SW; Dennis Schirm, 680 West Eighth avenue, Marion; Leo James, 808 Blairs Ferry road NE; John Kloubec, 367 Thirtieth street SE; Joseph Shanklin, Viola; each fined $15 and costs. Failure to report accident — Ward Hauskins, 1315 Fourth street NW; fined $20 and costs. Iowa Deaths Sigourney—Grover C. Bird, 89. Thursday at 2, Reynolds’. Burial: Millersburg. Alburnett — Bohb E. Mc-Kibbin, 47. Wednesday, 1:30, Murdoch’s, Marion. Chelsea — John Wednesday, at 2, mauaAalmost 0f his life Burial: National cemetery, Vin- 01 nis me' mg. Colesburg 90, Christine Philipp, all of Cedar Rapids; five sons: Fred, jr., of Solon, Phil, James, David, and Paul, all of Cedar Rapids: 21 ! grandchildren: her father, John Tomas, Oxford; a sister, Mrs. iW i 11 i a rn Whitcomb, Denver, 'Colo.; two brothers, Philbert and Leo Tomas, both of Oxford. Services: IO a.m. Thursday in St. Michael Kalabret Michael Kalabret, 66. died Tuesday in Lehigh. Fla., following a long illness. He was born Oct. 16, 1907. He was a retired employe of the Van Motor Co. in Cedar Rapids. He moved to Florida following his retirement in 1973. He is survived by his wife, Ludmila’s church by the I Elizabeth; a daughter Christa Robert Cizek. Burial: St. Rutschmann, Munich, Ger-John’s. Rosary: 8:30 p.m. many; a sister, Nina Knob-Wednesday in Jancba-Kuba fu- lauch, Fort Calhoun, Neb. neral home west, where friends Services: Friday at the Far-may call after 2 p.m. Wednes- ^y funeral home, Lehigh, Fla. day.    Friends may, if they wish, con- -tribute to the Pacific Medical Clifford Hagerman    Ccn,cr' San Francisco. Clifford A. Hagerman, 53, ofj    Ben    Kouba 1060 Twelfth street NE, died Ren Kouba, 64, formerly of Monday following a long illness. Cedar Rapids, died of cancer in Born Dec. 27, 1920, at Spring.Portland. Ore., April 5. He left Grove, he was married to the (hc cedar Rapids arca in 1939. former Betty Gurley Aug. 18. He was born July 2i, ]909, in *n Cedar Rapids, and had cedar Rapids. He was graduat-2 Hrabak’g ! n 3 res^®n*()^ Cedar Rapids ccj from Washington high school I, IlIrlDrlK S. mncf g;c lifn    *>    h and Coe college. Surviving in addition to his — Julia E Auxiliary Services Restored To Permissive Status (Continued from Page I.)    , “You’ll never know what it’s public school conformity as die- like unless you were a black standing miles from your school But Rep. Richard Welden (R- in 20 degrees below zero,” he Iowa Falls) objected “stren- said. uously    to repealing a law    now    State department of public in- before    the court,” in opposing    struction officials say 56,000 of the bill.    the state’s nearly 64,000 ngn- This was a reference to a sec-1 public school students attend tion in the bill repealing a $4.4 Catholic schools, 4.300 attend Friends    may    contact    Mrs.    Mar-    j milion    appropriation in a I    a w    Christian Reformed schools shall    at    the    Walter    Nesper    resi-    passed    in 1973 mandating    that    (Dutch), 2.400 Lutheran schools, donee, 2030 First avenue NE. public schools furnish auxiliary 400 Seventh-Day Adventist _services    to    non-public    schools.    schools, 980 other religious Memorial Services That law presently is undergo- schools, and 800 non-religious Daggett, 11 ugli Junior — St jug a constitutional test before a schools. federal district court panel of    $2.2    Million three judges in Des Moines.    The    bill    puts    up    $2.2    million Federal Judge William Stuart, for the next year to bus non-a panel member, issued an in- public students and requires J u cl c church at ll a.m. Wednesday by the Rev. John Gregory. Burial: St. John’s. Heffron, Jeanette I. — 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Murdoch chapel in Marion by the Rev. Jay A. Miller of First Presbyterian church in Marion. Burial was in Oak Shade. Scholl, Patricia Rue Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. by the Rev. T h o rn a s Aycock. He was a retired employe of Klaus. l°wa stccl and Iron Works and wife, Ruth, are a daughter, San-formerly of Colesburg ; was a veteran of World war II dra and a son Bcn jr both of j *    .    l J, ,    and a member cf the 34th Divi- «------ ......... Methodist church. Burial: Zion1 • n 'cemetery. Visitation after OZ None ^ odor 7:04 p.m. 2.79 burning at 7 8i avenue SE. -    8:52    p.m.    Monday. Unknown to rubbish at Vermont street 30.08 and Colorado drive SW. 52%    10:53    p.m.    Monday. Car fire in 200 block of Second avenue SE. Thur<    -    —- -.....   »Tun„f«u,    uivi-    0regon.    his    stepmother, Mrs. caw 11 .    |"e American Le- Frank Kouba, and stepbrother, p.m. Wednesday, Clifton’s. 610rL Disabled American Veter-’Millard Keith, both of Cedar Earlville.    ans    and Teamsters union local Blairstown'n — William J. 238. Kostcr, 86. Thursday at 1:30,1 Surviving in addition to his Grace Lutheran church. Burial: lliamsburg. \ :3() Tuesday, Dale\vHxTdlC)ak Hill, Williamsburg. Visita- ®ie^’ are two sons, Doug- Rapids. Services were held Tuesday in Portland. Hal-1 las and Darrell, both of Cedar Rapids; a grandson; seven Dr. Cecil Marshall Dr. Cecil F. Marshall, 77. of tion after vcrson’s. Blairstown — George Ohlen, sisters. 65. Pending at Halverson’s. Fc™ Dague' J°Ann Danly, Born April £ 1896. al Newport. Luella Allen, Marion. 2030 First avenue NE, died Tues-Berdcnia Wilson, Bernice Pro- day following a long illness. junction several monihs ago for- |ocai public school districts (I) bidding payment of any part of 110 transport. (2) contract for the $4.4 million until the case is transportation, or (3) reimburse settled.    parents or guardians for trans- House members, taking this porting resident non-public stu-Burial: Czech National. Friends I to mean the panel will void the dents up to $40 per student per may call at Brady-Kuba tuner- i97:, auxi,iary ,aw decided t0 year. a1 home until 9 p.m. Tuesday. A    ..    , J    n    ....    . The casket will not he opened|act    flrst    b>r    repealing it and That $2.2 million    goes to    the at the church.    reclaiming the 4.4 million to department of public instruc- Brown, Marguerite C. — Sci*-    use for busing.    tion. vices    wire held    at    Oak    Hill    The other $2.2 million    goes    to cemetery at 3 p.m. Tuesday b\    Restores Services    ,    4    ,    ,    ,    ,    ® the Rev. Alvon Nelson. Turner    ,    ^ state school budget review cast was in charge.    Meanwhile,    the    bus    bill    re-    committee to pay for new buses, Daugherty,    Evelyn    —    St    stores the    auxiliary services to    repair of buses    and    other    spe- wJd““!!h*    status    it had    cial needs of public    school    dis- Arnold Hcrhst. Graveside scr- before mc 1973 law was passed tricts incurred by transporta-vices: 2:45 p.m. in Evergreen!— that public schools “may’ tjon 0f non-public students.” Vinton.    Friends    may    supply    auxiliary    services to non- Voting against the bill: public    school    students.    Republicans (2) —    Bortell, Welden also objected to the Crawford. D a g g e 11, Danker, bill. saying it would further con- E wing, Freeman. Fullerton, fuse an already confused public Harvey, Holden, Kiser, Knokc, busing picture.    McElrov, Menke, Millen, Oak- Rep. Willer took the floor ley, Roorda. Stanley, Stroth-bill. His bank balances as of again, saying he believes firmly man, Welden, West, last May 31 were $432,874. It is j the state has a “social obliga- Democrats (3) — Brunow, believed the President could re- tion” to transport every child to Horn, Middleswart. mortgage    the San    Clemente    school.    Absent or not voting: property to meet the July pay- Rep. David Stanley (R-Musca- Republicans (7)    — Bittie, tine), a lawyer, doubted the Clark of Lee, Drake, Dunlap, constitutionality of the bill while Fischer, Fisher. Pellett. saying that “all the reasonable Democrats (5) — Byerly, Caf-help the state can give under frey, Clark of Dubuque, Doyle, the Constitution is good.” Harper. Rep. William Hargrave (D-Io- The remaining 28 Republicans wa City), a black, repeated the and 37 Democrats voted for the argument offered by several bill. representatives that it    is not--- right for a    school bus lo    pass up    Let want ads    help you    buy, a non-public school student. sell or trade. Call 398-8234. cemetery, call at Turner east until 9 p.m.' Tuesday. Tile casket will not bel opened at the church. —Nixon Taxes- (Continued from Page I.) ment. Although some aspects of his 1969-72 tax settlement such as interest charges will in themselves be tax deductible, those would be reflected in his 1974 return due by April 15, 1975, not in the forthcoming return. -indicted Magistrate's Court Speeding    David    Midi, 2235 Twenty-sixth street, Marion: tined $45 and costs. Terry Brainer, 1740 Fifth avenue SE; David Micil, 2235 street, Marion;'Thursday $40 and costs.; Thursday Twenty-sixth each fined Presbyterian church. Burial:; Helen Thompson and Ornetta he was married to the former Oakland cemetery. Visitation Shurtz, Cedar Rapids; and two Corinne Ainsworth Dec. 31, 1924, alter . Tuesday, Shelly s.    brothers, Ernest and Gerald, in Cedar Rapids, and had been Manchester—Agnes Atkin- Cedar Rapids.    a    resident    of Cape Girardeau, servance, "the" body "will °bc'| Scrviccs:    chapel    east,Mo., before returning to Cedar taken to St. Mary’s Catholic 31 P m- Wednesday by the Rapids two months ago. church for final blessing Rev. Ernest Larson of Trinity Dr. Marshall was educated in Burial: United Methodist church, the Wapello public schools and Iowa, where Traveler’s Forecast Tuesday at Kathryn Poldberg, 412 Seventh j tcry. Wake Tuesday at 8, and ^ur*3^ ^a^ w*th military j the I niversity of avenue SW; Charles Scrra,; Rosary Wednesday at 7:30 services by Hanford American he received the Ph.D. degree in Oelwein; each fined $35 and, p.m..Shelly’s.    Legion    post    at    graveside.     —-—— costs. Fave Stevens, 1227 Fifth avenue SE; Mark Timmons, Manchester; Tudor Wilder J (Continued rrom Page I.) jury received evidence in the case Monday. The assault on Servey, 18. Cedar Rapids, allegedly occurred (southeast of Cedar Rapids. They also are charged in Jones county with raping and murdering Maureen Connolly, 17,-Cedar Rapids, that same day. near Anamosa. For 61 years . . . flowers for all occasions! John E. Lap es 308 3rd Ave. SE    365-0511 Convenient downtown location Weather. Hi-Lo Bismarck Cloudy 65-35 Chicago PtC I di 63-48 Cincinnati ploidy 58-40 Cleveland . . .. PtCldv 46-34 Dc-, Moint PtCldy 72-46 Detroit Fair 52-34 Indianapolis Fair 60-40 Kansas City PtCldy 76-52 Milwaukee PtCldy 52-38 Mph-St. Pa iu I PtCldy 56-36 Okla. City . Fair 81-52 Omaha PtCldv 73-48 Sioux Falls PtCldy 63-37 Mississippi Stages (Flood stage** in brackets) route three, Cedar Rapids; Kenneth Kowalski, Solon;! Marion Simpson. 1717 Four-tecnth avenue SW; LuWayne -o <n bandel, 1125 A avenue, Marion; Carmen Postel. 1314 Center! Point road NE; Nancy Arm- J strong. 152 Belvedere drive' NW; Bruce David. 2277 C street; SW: each fined $30 and costs. Eddie Shedenhelm, 1902 Central drive SW; Gary Halverson,, 562 Forest drive SE; each fined ' $25 and costs. James Glandon.l 328 Twenty-second avenue! SW; Dennis Miller, 6573 Mt.f Vernon road SE: Donna Dwyer,I 78 Thirty-third avenue SW;1 Manchester - William Car- Friends may call at Turner's radus, 89. Thursday at 1:30, east. Bohnenkamp’s.    __ North English — Marvin (Pete) Aldrich, 64. Pending at Best’s. Decorah — Mrs. Anthony Kaschins, 59. Wednesday at l,j Good S h c p herd Lutheran church. Olsen-Fjclstul’s. Lowden — Emma Marie Twaehtmann, 88. Thursday at 1:30, Trinity Lutheran church. Paul O. Pfaltzgraff of Salem \ isitation after 2:3o Wednes- United Methodist church. Inurn- Chapel of Mr., Mrs. Rodney Talbott Memorial services for Rodney! R. and Esther Talbott, formerj Cedar Rapids residents, will Cedar Rapids residents, will be conducted at I p.m. Thursday in Chapel of Memories by the Rev. day, Chapman’s in Clarenc -Impeachment ‘Continued from Page I.) Douglas Miehe, West Liberty; Harold Gage, Monticello: I a hard time drafting the proce- Gerald Bell, 625 Fifth avenue SE; Alan Capacciloi, Mt. Vernon; Tessic gewood road NW; William Clymer, 2704 Franklin avenue NE; David Lauer, 1323 Ellis .recess boulevard NW: Jacqueline •. .    ,    .    .    f    n j Minor. 2462 Fruitland boule-1said- 1S devising a means of pro-) Rapids dures and that they Williams, 1074 Ed- be ready for consideration until the second week after the Easter ment will be in the Memories columbarium. Cremation was held in Ashtabula,! Ohio, where they lived for many years. Mrs. Talbott was born Feb. 3. would not 1895, at Rockford, and died March 17. Mr. Talbott was born Oct. 7, 1895, at North English;! and died Jan. 7, 1969. They were A major problem, he married Dec. 24. 1917, at Cedar Julien Snccht. 6020 tooting the confidentiality of the avenue SW; Kathy Lake f Eastern James avenue I Coralville Pool level Tuesday Births — Mercy April 8 Larry Hickey, leva rd NW, a son April 9 — To ti Kogrr Joyner, : boulevard SE, a Prull, 1320 ll in NW. a son. Births — St. Luke's April 8 - To the families of Larry Hohmann, 2461 Illinois street SW, a daughter; David OU, 256 Windsor drive NE. a son; James \V. W’chr. 1539 E avenue NE, a .son; Rex Neu-hart. 2900 First street. Marion, a son; Mitchell Houle, 2210 Eighteenth street SW. a daughter. Out of Town Births At Santa Ana. Calif. — Cpl. and Mrs. Michael Poeschl. a son born April 6. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Poi sehl, 1000 Forty-second street SE. Marriage Licenses Randic Willis and Ronald Macal, Wanda Miller and Thomas Jones, Karnesc McMahon and Charles Novak, all of Cedar Rapids ll i a wa th a , vard SW I .angdon Nelson, 126 Tenth street NW; mc Shaft, 3711 Elmwood drive NE; Charles Skaugstad, Iowa City; John Enabnit, Ryan; fined $20 and cosh evidence during its presentation. At Monday’s committee Surviving are a son, William. Ashtabula, Ohio; two daughters. Betty Labadio, Aurora, Ohio. and Cora Ann Talbott. Wickens-burg, Ariz.; eight grandchildren; Mr. Talbott’s brother, Lawrence A., Cedar Rapids; and Mrs. Talbott’s sister. Mrs. Vern McLean, National City, Calif. Friends may call at the Thurs- Cedar session Doar said he was “very, Permitting unauthorized per- ver> fearful of the possibility of son to drive — Loretta Forbes, leaks.” 606 A avenue NW; fined $30 and costs.    Mansfield Concerned ‘ lint>ru|M-r iMs»inx - Terry:    , re|ated dcvc|0pment. (iclinch, vIola, tinea cinel    ~    Yiknnni costs. Tudor Wilder, route Senate Majority Leader Mike chapel afJer 12.30 p.rn throe, Cedar Rapids; fined $20, .Mansfield told the senate he -V- Arrangements bj and costs    was concerned about polls of Memoricil funeral home. Improper turn — Ceral „    ..    .    ,    --- Good love,    Palo; lined $25 and    congressmen on the impeach- costs.    ment issue. He said too many    CMara t. oogner Driver's    license violation -    senators may be anticipating    Clara E. Bogner. 80. widow    of Randy Manbant. 52(11 Spi nier    question before the evidence Louis E. Bogner, died Tuesday drive‘SW : fined $35 and costs.;,    1 A Robert Primrose, 3849 Clark;,s presented, road SE; fined $15 and costs. Meanwhile. House Majority False report — Marion Skin-|Leader Thomas O'Neill said in ®r', “ „S' road NE;: Boston that if the judiciary lined $1.) and costs.    ,    »,•    , Faulty equipment _ Kelly committee recommends Nixons Yeisley, 790 Twenty-second'impeachment, the house would street, Marion; Edward Mor-jvoje overwhelmingly to im- Harris, Seaton both ( Cedar Cedar Rapids, and Douglas f Ely. Susan Rapids, and nson, 3025 Bever avenue SE:i . Robert Stalk, 2155 Chandler PC^cn street SW; each fined $10 and costs. Crossing fire hose — Martin McEowen, 1852 A avenue NE; fined $15 and costs. Striking unattended vehicle — Dennis Clinton, 2382 Blake- Grace Smith, I    Iv boulevard SE; fined $20 and and    Thurman!    costs. Ward Hauskins, 1315 Rebecca    Fourth street NW; fined $15 Arnold,    and costs. Edward Hollands- Fields,    worth, Central City; fined $10 Steven and costs. Syiii/hiIIi \ is tilt■ hardest word ttt write, soy it with (loners PIERSON’S FSy IWO LLLIS Bl.VI). \K H OW E R PHOM tell someone you care with flowers Florist and Gift Shop 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every day f.v mifoffft.if Seifert’s downtown store will be closed 12:00 TO 3:00 P.M. WEDNESDAY, APRIL IO To attend services for Mrs. Willis B. Daugherty ;

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